Tagged: Marketwatch

Remembering Katrina and Sept. 11

Remembering Katrina and Sept. 11

Marketwatch media columnist Jon Friedman has a column on Friday about how journalists should, and shouldn’t, be writing about the anniversaries of Hurricane Katrina and the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, and he was kind...

MarketWatch has a new look

MarketWatch has a new look

The online financial news site MarketWatch unveiled a new look for its Web site on Wednesday, and editor Dave Callaway explained the changes in a column. Callaway wrote, “The mock-ups of the MarketWatch front...

Conspiracy theorists and revealing sources

Conspiracy theorists and revealing sources

Marketwatch columnist Herb Greenberg, a lightning rod if there ever was one for people criticizing the relationship between business journalists and short-selling investors, responds on his blog about how some of these people want...

How does Herb Greenberg do his job

How does Herb Greenberg do his job

Marketwatch columnist Herb Greenberg responded to a reader on his blog who wanted to know how he conducts his reporting on a day-to-say basis. Specifically, the reader wanted to know whether Greenberg takes the...

Hearings on short selling

Hearings on short selling

Today’s hearings on short selling should be interesting for business journalists in the wake of recent allegations that some reporters have been in cahoots with hedge funds and others who short stocks to drive...

Barnako disagrees with Friedman about Cramer

Barnako disagrees with Friedman about Cramer

Marketwatch columnist Frank Barnako disagrees with fellow columnist Jon Friedman, who wrote last week that CNBC’s Jim Cramer was an embarrassment. Barnako wrote, “Friedman says ‘shame’ on Cramer for putting some life into Mad...

Marketwatch journalists start blogging

Marketwatch journalists start blogging

Marketwatch columnists Herb Greenberg, Bambi Francisco and Frank Barnako have started blogging. Barnako’s blog is called the Media Blog, while Francisco’s is called Bambi’s Blog. Greenberg’s blog is called the Market Blog. All three...